Indianapolis 500 leader Tony Kanaan has crashed out while battling with his Andretti Green Racing teammate Marco Andretti.
Kanaan had just been passed on the outside by Ganassi driver Dixon and was trying to fend off Andretti when he slid into the wall at the final corner.
His Andretti Green Dallara-Honda rebounded off the barrier and spun across the track into the path of Sarah Fisher. The two cars made heavy contact, sending Fisher into the inside wall. Both drivers emerged unhurt.
Kanaan held Andretti responsible for the incident that denied him the chance to take his first Indy 500 win, and plans to discuss it with his young American teammate after the race.
"We'll solve our problems between four walls," said the Brazilian. "I'm not happy and I'm sure he's not happy either.
"He just dived inside at Turn 3 and I could either hit him or hit the wall. I decided not to take two cars out of the race so I hit the wall."
Fisher, who had earlier spun down the order while trying to warm her tyres under yellow, said the crash summed up a difficult debut race for her newly-formed self-run team.
"Tony was racing real hard for the lead, got high, and spun right in front of me," she said. "It's just been a terrible day."
Dixon and Andretti now run first and second, with Luczo Dragon driver Tomas Scheckter up to third. Early leader Dan Wheldon is now running fourth for Ganassi.
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